It’s Friday, January 25, winter is back after a brief break, plus parking drama on Gay Street, the great graduation gown debate and where’s the best place in West Chester to eat? – Here’s what people are talking about this week.
It’s Friday, January 18, winter is here, and may be back on Saturday, – plus, an Eagle spotted in West Chester, Levante’s looking for your help and West Chester got a new flag? Here’s what people are talking about this week.
Did you go to the West Chester Area School District’s technology night? It’s amazing how much learning has changed since the (cough) 20 (cough) years since I was in school. Gone are the projectors and slide decks and here to stay (well, at least until the next big innovation) the ipads and learning apps.
Snow (flurries) in the forecast, Eagles’ chances on Sunday and is the Borough ever going to get these Christmas trees? Here’s what people are talking about this week.
It’s Friday, January 4. Happy New Year! Restaurant closings, tax increases, the year’s not even a week old and we already have a lot to talk about.
It’s Friday, December 21, the shortest day of the year and 4 shopping days to Christmas. Here’s what people are talking about this week (besides holiday plans and to do lists)…
It’s Friday, November 30, the day of the 39th annual West Chester Christmas Parade. Here’s what people are talking about this week.
In a letter to parents sent last week, Superintendent Jim Scanlon applauded the changes to the state’s graduation requirements.
Story time at the West Chester library is a joy in its simplicity. Stories, rhymes, songs with hand motions and shaky eggs are all handled with a loving calmness that’s soothing to both parent and child. So it’s no wonder it’s hard as hell to get into. Every six week the library opens registration … Continue reading #1 Thing You Need to Know about West Chester Library Story Time
Housing Growth Teaches WCASD a Lesson in Planning In case you missed it, this January the West Chester Area School district released its Capital Plan, or its 20 year look into the future, and it’s foreseeing a shortage of classrooms. According to the report, 7 out of 10 elementary schools in the district are already … Continue reading The Looming Classroom Shortage